The Paul Beau Hors d'Age Cognac is one of the most decorated that we know... It has won 5 Gold Medals at Concours Général de Paris since 2000, plus numerous medals at the IWSC. In 2009, Paul Beau was awarded a special prize in Paris for the consistency of their products. An exceptional cognac, with plenty of “rancio” flavour.
The emphasis on ageing has worked well, and this particularly fine 25 year old has developed a big complexity with aromas of orange peel, kumquats, guava, melon, dried nuts, and much more. Its slightly higher than usual strength of 43% further enhances this cognac.
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There is no tasting review of Cognac Paul Beau Hors d'Age yet, but Cognac-Expert featured Mac A Andrews writes: Eucalyptus and exotic fruits lead aromas of this very complex Eau-de-vie, hint of dry wood, touch of spice, very long.
With a history dating back to the 19th century, the house of Paul Beau Cognac boasts over 100 hectares of prime Grande Champagne vineyards. As with so many of the smaller family run concerns, Beau cognac started by selling all of their eaux-de-vie to the big cognac houses. However, after the business was handed down from the founder to his son, changes were put in place to commence selling some of their wares under their own label, and the brand ‘Paul Beau’ was born.